Brilliant, ok I've used the --debug flag and I can see that there is a
svn diff --diff-cmd=diff svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit/@3919
Failed to execute command: ['svn', 'diff', '--diff-cmd=diff', 'svn://
Funny thing is that the diff appears to be generated, hence the reams
of code coming out on the terminal. I've also tried this command in
isolation and it appears to succeed - giving me reams of code again
(the diff contents), so that at least verifies that subversion is
installed and that svn can be called?
Given that my repository is svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit and the branch is
svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit/RMS/branches/Dev/batch_job_screen, are the
above arguments to the svn command correct?
On Jan 21, 5:01 am, Christian Hammond <chip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Andrew,
> I'd need to see the full debug output to have any real idea of what's
> happening. You can pass --debug to get this.
> On Jan 19, 2012, at 1:46, Andrew Murray <scko...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I'm having problems understanding exactly how post-review should work
> > as all attemtpts I make to use it don't seem to work as I expect.
> > I have an ubuntu 11.10 x64 server on which I'm running the review
> > board website via apache, I have path.to.reviewboardwebsite in the
> > below command in the host file and I'm using subversion - the checkout
> > doesn't exist on the server, instead I'm providing the repo url and
> > the branch url in the command below.
> > This is the command I'm issuing.
> > post-review --summary="summary" --description="description" --
> > repository-url=svn://somerepourl --server=http://
> > path.to.reviewboardwebsite --username=somebody --password=password --
> > target-people=andrewmurray --branch=svn://branch/url --revision-
> > range=3919:4067 --publish
> > I don't get any errors or feedback from the terminal, instead I get a
> > massive ream of what looks like code being echoed to the terminal
> > (potentially the output of a diff operation?) and it eventually stops.
> > I don't know if it's of any use but the last thing echoed is "svn:
> > 'diff' returned 2\n"] At this point, due to no errors I'm assuming
> > that it has created the new review request and that when I browse to
> > the review board website I'll see the new review request. However,
> > there are no review requests listed at all.
> > Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be and how I might
> > fix it?
> > Many thanks,
> > Andy
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